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Ideas for bright flowering plants for spring summer in pots

brendawebster44
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Re: appologies

I did move some pots together and what a difference it looks really good 

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EricL
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Re: appologies

Hello @brendawebster44

 

I'm glad you're feeling better. If you feel that the tiered plant stand is outside your current skill set, you could get a quote from air tasker or hipages so that you will have an idea of how much the stand might cost. As I've mentioned in my last post, it will allow you to use your space effectively.

 

If you need more advice or information, please let us know.

 

Eric

 

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brendawebster44
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Re: bright flowering plants for spring summer in pots

Thankyou for your suggestions, I do realise I have far too many pansies in this year. Unfortunately covid hit again and I had to get some thing in as I didn’t know when I was going to get another chance.Not just that but I couldn’t get my passport so it would have been too late to put anything in. I suppose my saving grace was my first hanging basket since I moved to Altona. How ever everyone seems to have a word about my garden. All pots are usually sterilised before I pull everything out and start on a summer theme. Of course I had to keep every one happy this year.There were some lobilia left over from last year but I would normally have pulled them out too and bought some fresh punnets. Oh no said my friends and neighbours you can’t throw them away they are still flowering. Don’t listen!!!It has been a pain in the neck trimming and keeping them tidy Rip them out  brenda

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brendawebster44
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Re: appologies

Hello Eric, thankyou for your reply and advise. I have a new boarder soon so I am hoping that he can build one for me a plant stand that is.He is more mature than young Maurisio, b

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